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What Happened: As Britain and the European Union hone in on a trade deal, while Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives aim to win quick passage of legislation providing $2,000 direct payments to Americans, U.S. index futures point to an open in prior-balance and -range.
What Does It Mean: During Wednesday’s session, participants in the S&P 500 failed to auction and sustain prices above the $3,691.00 balance boundary.
Adding, given the holiday trade schedule, tapering volumes, as well as the return to balance after responsive selling surfaced at the $3,700.00 high-volume node (HVNode), odds do not favor directional resolve.
What To Expect: In light of flat overnight trade, after Wednesday’s session failed to muster increased participation above the $3,691.00 boundary, the following frameworks apply for today’s trade.
In the best case, the S&P 500 remains above its $3,667.75 HVNode, and continues to balance. As stated earlier, given the tapering volume and holiday, the odds of directional resolve are quite low. Two go, no-go levels exist; trade that finds increased involvement above $3,691.00 and below $3,667.75 would suggest a change in conviction. Anything in-between favors responsive trade.
Levels Of Interest: The $3,691.00 boundary and $3,667.75 HVNode.